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Kristins Hall

Kristins Hall is an arena located at Stampesletta in Lillehammer, Norway. It consist of an ice rink, a combined handball and floorball court. The venue, owned and operated by the Lillehammer Municipality, opened in 1988 and cost 65 million Norwegian krone (NOK) to build.

Kristins Hall is an arena located at Stampesletta in Lillehammer, Norway. It consist of an ice rink, a combined handball and floorball court. The venue, owned and operated by the Lillehammer Municipality, opened in 1988 and cost 65 million Norwegian krone (NOK) to build.

Kristins Hall was completed in 1988 as an international Ice Hockey and Figure Skating venue, home to Lillehammer Ice Hockey Club. Next to Kristins Hall is the Youth Hall which was built in 2013 as a training facility for Ice Hockey, and competition venue for Lillehammer 2016.

One of the motivations for its construction was to help Lillehammer's bid to be selected as the host of the 1994 Winter Olympics. The ice rink has a capacity for 3,194 spectators and is the home rink of GET-ligaen hockey club Lillehammer IK. Kristins Hall is located next to the larger Håkons Hall, which opened in 1993. During the 1994 Winter Olympics,

Kristins Hall was a training rink, and subsequently hosted the ice sledge hockey tournament at the 1994 Winter Paralympics. The venue also co-hosted Group B of the 1989 World Ice Hockey Championships.

During the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics, it hosted the Curling and the Ice hockey competitions

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